The rugby league career of former Dragons, Cowboys and Eels hooker Cameron King will continue after he signed a one-year deal with English Championship club Featherstone Rovers.
After he was released by the Eels following the 2018 Telstra Premiership, King was searching for a new team.
After being unable to find another NRL club, he agreed to join with Australian coach Ryan Carr at the Rovers.
Carr told the Featherstone club site he was glad to have King on board.
"He is a very talented Hooker with plenty of NRL experience, and will be a huge asset for us at Featherstone this year," Carr said.
"Having known Cameron personally for quite a few years, I know what a great person he is to have in a club. His work ethic and commitment are extremely professional and he will bring great leadership both on and off the field.
"He has played in a lot of quality NRL systems from a young age and still has a lot of great footy ahead of him so I'm excited to be working with him and having him at our club for the upcoming season."
After making his NRL debut in 2010, King played just 42 further NRL matches over the following eight years. Numerous injuries provided setbacks during this time.
During his time with the Eels, King was lauded for work in the community.